Snake River Fishing Report – (12.8.22)
The Snake River flows are hovering around 280 cfs. Expect those flows for the next couple months of the winter season. Fishing on the Snake in the winter season can be very good. Conditions will have to be right – warm, calm and overcast – however, anglers can have some fun winter fishing days on the Snake without the summer traffic. Nymphing is the most effective method this time of year. Try small rubberlegs, zebra midges, small tungsten jig nymphs and BWO imitations. You can also find some good dry fly activity with Midges in slow recirculating eddies, seam-lines, pools and soft water areas. Anglers can also find lake trout in the discharge lines of Jackson Lake Dam during these lower flows. White streamers, clouser minnows and kreelex style flies fished on a small tip tip or intermediate line can be a blast.
Snake River Fishing Resources:
Snake River Shuttles – (307)-699-3204